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Python Python Basics (2015) Shopping List App Break

Emilio Andere
Emilio Andere
495 Points

Can someone give me more clues


def loopy(items):
for items in loopy:
    # Code goes here

Hi Emilio,

Couple of things, the for statement needs to be indented. Where you have said "items" in the for statement, this doesn't need to be a previously defined variable, just make up a name like 'stuff'. Then when you've said "in loopy" your referencing the function when you should be referencing the variable passed into loopy which is "items".

e.g. def loopy(items): for stuff in items: #do things to the stuff

Good luck mate!